"A smartphone with a removable battery in 2022? Why not!" ©Samsung
In this case, the device will receive protection from water and dust.
Once upon a time, almost all smartphones had a removable battery. But over time, many manufacturers began to abandon this design, citing the fact that the monolithic design of the smartphone makes it thinner and lighter, and also minimizes battery damage. And now such a solution can only be found in Chinese no-name state employees, or in unpopular smartphones created with an eye on the environment, such as the Firephone.
But now, thanks to the Sammobile resource, an instruction file for the future protected Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro has appeared on the network, which shows that the novelty will receive a removable back cover and battery. Whether such a decision is dictated by the small capacity of the battery, foreseeing the purchase of an additional replacement battery, or something else, remains a mystery. This is a very strange decision, especially considering the fact that the Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro should be protected from water and dust, and a monolithic case would be most welcome here. It's fair to say that early rugged smartphones like the Motorola Defy also offered rugged housings and had removable batteries.
You can read more details about the Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro here .
Source: Android headlines .